The militants detained in the occupied territories of Ukraine 113 hostages – Gritsak

The militants detained in the occupied territories of Ukraine 113 hostages – Gritsak

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June 25, 12:43

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From more than hundreds of terrorists held by the people in ORDA confirmed only 24 people.

In the occupied territory of Ukraine the militants holding the hostages 113of them confirmed by the representatives of ORDA in the framework of the “Minsk format” only 24 people.

This was stated by the head of the security Service of Ukraine Vasily Gritsak during a joint briefing by the Chairman of SBU Vasily Gritsak and Minister of foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin to the diplomatic corps on crimes of Russia and its occupation administration in the temporarily occupied territories.

“At SBU operates the joint center for the coordination of the search, the release of illegally detained persons, hostages and establishing the whereabouts of missing persons in the area of the ATO. During the 2014-2018 joint center is exempt from the occupied territories 3224 person,” he said.

According to Hrytsak, is currently negotiating the release of hostages deliberately blocked by Russia as an instrument of pressure on Ukraine.

“For us, the importance of international support of world leaders. It is thanks to such support was released many political prisoners,” – said the head of the SBU.

He also assured that the security service since the first days of the confrontation of Russian aggression began documenting the facts of the inhuman treatment of Russian military forces on Ukrainian soldiers and volunteers who were captured by Russian terrorists and the residents of Donbass.

“Torture in ORDA, torture in the Crimea and physical violence on the territory of the Russian Federation in respect of hostages, civil society activists and Ukrainian political prisoners is the system of the Russian law enforcement bodies, cynical and horrible,” – said hrycak.

Earlier, the US state Department pointed out Russia for human rights violations in the occupied Crimea, including the murders, torture and disappearance of people. The occupation authorities since the beginning of the attempted annexation imposed on the Ukrainian Peninsula to the Russian Federation laws.

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